Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine made a virtual presentation on “The Indigenous Underground Railroad” as part of a lecture series sponsored and …

Professor of English Nicholas Rombes was interviewed for the “Culture File” podcast on Ireland’s National Public Service Media. The focus was on Rombes’ book, 10/40/70: Film …

Associate Professor of Religious Studies Todd Hibbard recently published an essay titled, “Does Isaiah Implicate the Temple in His Pronouncements of Judgment Against Jerusalem?” His essay …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine was a panelist in a session on “Indigenous People and the Underground Railroad” at the annual meeting …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine was a panelist for a virtual symposium, “A Fluid Frontier: Slavery, Resistance, and the Underground Railroad in …

Economics Lecturer Joseph Weglarz presented a paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mind of George Washington” at the 33rd annual Teaching Economics Conference on Feb. 25. The virtual …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine’s work on the Underground Railroad, as well as his efforts as a member of the Michigan Freedom …

Professor of History and department co-chair Roy E. Finkenbine will be featured on the Science Channel and Discovery Plus for the documentary series The Underground …

Assistant Professor of Theatre Andrew Papa will be presenting on two panels for the upcoming Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference in July 2022. …

Three faculty and administrators have been selected to represent Detroit Mercy in this summer’s Fulbright Hays Group Project Abroad to Brazil. Greg Grobis, associate professor …

Fr. Patrick Kelly, S.J., associate professor of Religious Studies, was recently interviewed on the “Kresta in the Afternoon” radio show about his writings in the …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine was interviewed by CBC Radio about Indigenous connections to the Underground Railroad. The program aired on June 13. Read excerpts …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine gave two plenary talks as part of a virtual conference on “Nineteenth-Century America: Fiends, Fugitives, and Friends,” June 2, The …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine presented the paper, “William Swan among the Greensky Indians,” at the virtual Midwestern History Conference, May 26. The paper told …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine presented as part of a national webinar to promote International Underground Railroad Month, May 19. The webinar was co-sponsored …

Professor of English Nick Rombes‘ book, 10/40/70: Constraint as Liberation in the Era of Digital Film Theory, has been translated into Turkish and published by Yort Kitap …

Professor of Philosophy David Koukal virtually presented his paper, “Higher Education and the Deworlding of World,” to the Society for Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture, …

Professor of History and department co-chair Greg Sumner presented the talk, “Living with the Enemy,” based on his book Michigan POW camps in World War …

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer reappointed Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine to a four-year term on the Michigan Freedom Trail Commission, which preserves, protects and …

Professor of English Heather Hill recently had her essay, “From Mrs Noah’s ‘Rok’ to Absalom’s ‘Kultour’: The Trail of the Spinning Woman and the Great …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine‘s op-ed, “Racist Zoombombing the Latest Application of Technology by White Supremacists,” was published by History News Network, Feb. 28.

Economics Lecturer Joseph A. Weglarz presented a paper, “Rediscovering the Ethical Importance of Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments for a New Generation of Students,” …